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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeja View Post
    You will have to see a Gyno or FS and will need to get a referral from your GP
    Hmmm thanks. I'm not really ready to fork out heaps of money for a FS as I have not long started a new job. And DP isn't supportive of me seeing one. He wants to go with the flow. Apparently it will happen if its meant to be.

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    A gyno will only set you back roughly $60 a visit after the gap back. If you are doing unmonitored cycles, which most gynos do, you only need to see them every once is a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    A gyno will only set you back roughly $60 a visit after the gap back. If you are doing unmonitored cycles, which most gynos do, you only need to see them every once is a while.
    Do I choose one and ask GP to refer me or should it be up to them where they refer me? When I went to a new GP she instantly gave me a referral to a FS. I never followed through because DP didn't want me too as it seemed so full on.

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    I would ring around to all the gyno rooms and ask their prices, you may get lucky like me and get one based in the hospital that bulk bills Then go to a GP and ask for a referral to that gyno.

    I would just start with a gyno, much cheaper bc there isn't all the monitoring, u/s, trigger shots. All you may need is clomid.

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    How will you feel Becca if you go with the flow indefinitely and never get a bfp? If its something you want so much, you have to make it happen. There's nothing wrong with taking 'fate/destiny' (so to speak) into your own hands. Actually...its probably something everyone should do.

    If you have trouble ovulating (and thats the only prob) then taking clomid might be all you need.

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    Yep Tabby, take the bull by the horns becca. IMO there is no such thing as fate, only the life we make for ourselves alongside good and bad luck. Many of us have been dealt some bad luck with our fertility issues, but the sooner you get the process started the sooner you may get pg.

    I've read lots of success stories with PCOS and clomid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Yep Tabby, take the bull by the horns becca. IMO there is no such thing as fate, only the life we make for ourselves alongside good and bad luck. Many of us have been dealt some bad luck with our fertility issues, but the sooner you get the process started the sooner you may get pg.

    I've read lots of success stories with PCOS and clomid.
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    I got my new thermometer today yay. I tested both at the same time and my new one seems to be more accurate. Just waiting for af to bugger off abd then we can begin with the cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Hmmm thanks. I'm not really ready to fork out heaps of money for a FS as I have not long started a new job. And DP isn't supportive of me seeing one. He wants to go with the flow. Apparently it will happen if its meant to be.
    I definitely recommend seeing a gyno/fs if it wasn't for my new fs I wouldn't have had the major surgery I needed to stop having recurrent miscarriages(well we hope) all other drs andvmy stupid first gyno on misdiagnosed me and told me even though I had two uteri I wouldn't have any issues and my old gyno tried to push me out of the idea wgen I wanted to ttc and whenever I had an issue he did unnecessary surgery. So I recommend going to one but shop around.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    How will you feel Becca if you go with the flow indefinitely and never get a bfp? If its something you want so much, you have to make it happen. There's nothing wrong with taking 'fate/destiny' (so to speak) into your own hands. Actually...its probably something everyone should do.

    If you have trouble ovulating (and thats the only prob) then taking clomid might be all you need.

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    Thanks delirium and tabby. I actually remember being referred to a gyno at the qe2 hospital when I was first diagnosed with pcos in 2010. Ill see if I can get a referral back there.


 

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